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    • Composite Blinds

      Composite blinds – Are the ideal solution for homeowners who desire only the most durable blinds for their windows. Constructed from high-quality synthetic materials that prevent blind slats from fading and cracking, and have unique UVA inhibitors to help prevent yellowing and warping. And because they are moisture resistant, they are great for laundry rooms, bathrooms and kitchens.

      Discover the many benefits of composite wood blinds:
      • Crafted to look like wood blinds, these are light-weight and offer a high-end feel at an affordable price.
      • Available in 80 color choices; wood paints and stains are furniture-quality and provide a beautiful, durable finish.
      • Choose from smooth or textured finishes to complement or coordinate with your existing decor.
      • In their closed position, they can protect your interiors from the sun’s harmful UV rays, and provide insulation to lower your energy bills.
      • Polymer blinds are a highly durable alternative to classic wood blinds and are a perfect solution for homes undergoing larger and more costly renovations.

      Benefits of Composite Blinds

      Our composite blinds offer a variety of benefits over natural wood blinds and other window blind options.

      Modern Window Treatments - Composite blinds offer a slick, modern design that channels the look and texture of wood at a fraction of the price. That affordability comes from the fact that they are made from polymers and synthetic materials, making them much easier to manufacture. Composite blinds are also highly versatile in terms of style and design. You can find composite wood blinds in a wide range of colors and sizes. It’s much easier and cheaper to custom order composite blinds that match your specific needs, allowing for much greater flexibility when decorating your home. Best of all, composite blinds are easier to clean and maintain than their natural wood counterparts. All they require is a simple wipe with a damp cloth to remove dust. They can even be sprayed down with a hose if necessary. Wood blinds require a greater deal of care. You will need a wood cleaner as water can soak through and damage the wood.

      Light Control - Composite blinds give you complete control over the amount of sunlight in your home. Open your blinds up to fill your home with sunlight or close them to keep light out and maintain privacy. The synthetic materials used to manufacture composite blinds also contain components that effectively block UVA rays. Closing your composite blinds are extra sunny days can protect you and your interiors from the sun’s harmful rays. For even greater light control and convenience, you can install motorized composite blinds. Budget Blinds provides motorized blinds powered by Somfy’s patented motorization system. Motorized blinds offer a variety of control options, including hand-held remotes, wireless wall switches, and phone or tablet functionality, allowing you to raise or lower the blinds and precisely control the tilts of the slats at the touch of a button. Somfy’s motorized blind system can also be set on a timer, allowing for automatic adjustments throughout the day. They can also be set using sensors that close or open based on sunlight, temperature, and other weather conditions.

      Energy Saving - Composite blinds can also help you save energy. Thanks to the effective UVA inhibitors, simply closing the blinds actively keeps out sunlight to keep your home cool. In their closed position, composite blinds can also provide insulation to lower your energy usage during any time of year. Saving energy means saving money on your utility bills. For even greater savings, combine your composite blinds with a motorized system that automates when the blinds close and open. Composite wood blinds are also more eco-friendly than wood blinds. They are often made with recycled wood and synthetics. Most composite blinds are also completely recyclable, reducing the amount of waste that ends up in landfills.

      Highly Durable -One big problem with natural wood is that it is porous, making it vulnerable to moisture. Moisture can get into the wood, causing it to swell and expand, which ultimately leads to a warped shape and distorted colors and designs. Even wood blinds with protective coatings can succumb to moisture. Over time, that coating wears away, exposing it to moisture. Composite blinds are manufactured to be less porous, making them resistant to moisture. Natural wood blinds are also vulnerable to heat and sunlight. Too much of either damages the wood, leading to fading. Composite wood blinds have a higher resistance to heat and sunlight, preventing damage and discoloration even when exposed to high humidity. The unique UVA blocking components in our composite blinds prevent wear and tear such as yellowing or warping caused by excess sun exposure. All of that equates to greater durability in the long run. The synthetic material also prevents slats from cracking, fading, or warping. Thanks to the resistance to moisture and heat, composite blinds are a great choice for windows in laundry rooms, bathrooms, kitchens, and other rooms that may experience high heat or humidity. If necessary, you can refinish them to refresh their look. Budget Blinds offers wood, faux wood, and composite blinds. If you’re not sure which option would work best for your home, our consultants can provide you with the information and knowledge to choose the blinds that work best for your budget and personal design needs.

      Composite Blinds vs. Faux Wood Blinds

      Composite and faux wood blinds are often mistakenly grouped together because they both imitate natural wood. Many customers will use the two terms interchangeably, and the two generally have more similarities than differences. While composite blinds can be considered as a type of faux wood blind, not all faux wood blinds are composites. Faux wood blinds are generally made from just PVC that has undergone an extrusion process. This extruded PVC usually contains some recycled plastic material. By comparison, most composite blinds generally mix PVC, plastic resin, or other synthetic materials with wood pulp. In terms of durability, both can stand up to the tests of time, kids, and pets better than natural wood. They are both generally easy to clean as well. The biggest difference between the two is look and feel. As composite blinds contain actual wood pulp, they better replicate the appearance and textures of genuine wood. Some composites can even be wood stained or painted for added depth, color, and style.

      Whether you want composite, faux wood, or real wood blinds, Budget Blinds can help you with custom window treatments for your home. Our consultant can help you find a window treatment that perfectly suits your home’s design needs while staying at the lowest price. Our in-home consultants can provide samples and swatches so that you can see exactly how composite blinds might look and feel in your home before you even commit to a purchase.

      Budget Blinds is here to simplify the process of shopping for window blinds. No more running from store to store or taking risks with questionable online stores. We offer only affordable window treatment products that don’t sacrifice durability or quality. Our composite blinds are made from high-quality materials designed to last the longevity of your home. Our in-home consultants can help you through every step of the process, including:

      • Measuring your windows
      • Ordering your blinds
      • Inspecting your composite window blinds once they’ve been delivered
      • Installing the blinds

      We’re here to empower you and give you the perfect blinds that match your personality and sense of style.

      If you have any questions about us or want to learn more about the consultation process, give us a call at (866) 590-6341. If you’re ready to begin the process, schedule your free in-home consultation with a Budget Blinds Style Consultant today to view our full line of composite blinds and learn which assortments work best in your space.

      Schedule your free in-home consultation with a Budget Blinds Style Consultant today to view our full line of composite blinds and learn which assortments work best in your space.

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